S’edin A.V. 1
Orlovskaya T.V. 1
Gavrilin M.V. 1
1 Pyatigorsk Medical-Pharmaceutical Institute - branch of the SBEE HPE VolgSMU of Minzdrav of Russia
Found that for all of the samples of the family Brassicaceae characteristic about the same absorption bands characteristic of the sulfur compounds. By IR spectroscopy using FTIR variant confirmed that the samples studied plant seeds. Brassicaceae are characterized by absorption bands in the 1400-1410 cm-1, which may indicate the presence of thioglycosides in the studied materials. Thus, the results can be used as reference identification of the IR spectra for express - identification RL containing thioglycosides , and application of the method FTIR spectroscopy to study the chemical composition of medicinal plants can have wide practical value as a method of rapid analysis of raw materials, supplied for the production of pharmaceuticals.